“To me, a rifle is not for sporting or hunting, it is an instrument of freedom.”

At the time of this post, the video above has only a little under 10,000 views. This needs to go viral to increase the views to a few orders of magnitude more. It’s nothing less than compelling. Please share it far and wide. This naturalized citizen, and gun owner in Massachusetts (!), has a better understanding of the purpose of the Second Amendment than most natural born US citizens.

Providing a little more context for the title, this is what he said:

I was not born a citizen of the United States, I was naturalized in 2007. In 2008, I became a proud gun owner. To me, a rifle is not for sporting or hunting, it is an instrument of freedom. It guarantees that I cannot be coerced, that I have free will, and that I am a free man.

“[G]uarantees that … I am a free man.”

Exactly the meaning of the very name of this blog.

I’m still trying to find the “hunting and target practice” clause of the Second Amendment. They keep telling me it’s in there, somewhere. Can anyone help?

Stay Dangerous, My Friends.

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